I had high expectations for this bracelet but was a little bit disapointed. The Namoki MM300 case is a solid and well finished item, but this bracelet is a little too thin and flimsy. It feels a little bit cheap compared to the case. The endlink also lack som finishing touches compared to the case. The good thing is that it tapers nicely to 16 mm and therefor is very comfortable to wear. I hope Namoki is making a second generation that is a little bit more robust and well finished. I'll gladly pay some extra for a bracelet that is as good as the MM300 case from you guys.
I feel this is a 3 out of 5. It's not bad but it's missing that solid heft to it. I hope Namoki listen to this and redesign it. The MM300 SKX case don't fit any other bracelets than this so we're stuck with this one for now.
High quality and very well finished, this case is beautifull.
Be carefull, the dials needs to be 28.52mm max.
As usual, quality parts from namoki and nothing less. Fitment and lume is good as well.
Matches my Guile ltd edition watch beautiful.
Finished my watch off. The final touch!
These slim casebacks make the case hug the wrist so much better - I love these
Goes really well with the Namoki Spork Dial
I have a soft-spot for Snowflake hands and these were just what I needed!
Love me some BGW-9
This thing is a TORCH at night - I love it!!!
This band was very easy to attach and resize as needed; links are easily removed and the clasp allows for a more fine-tuned adjustment.
Easy to grip and cut for install. Couldn't ask for a better crown
Looks good, hands are slightly rounded so installing them takes a little more time
Found the parts for my build here; just what I was looking for!
Everything fine with it.
More and more people are getting interested in this niche hobby of ours - getting curious enough to try out watch modding for themselves. And with more people in the game, we’re sure to see even more modding trends in the future. But before we get all excited to see what the future holds, let’s first look back at the notable Seiko modding trends from last year that we think will still be popular this year. Read on to see if your favorite design trend made it to the list!
The most common movement used for Seiko modding, the NH35 and NH36, do not have very fancy rotors. In fact they are almost sterile if not for the engravings “NH35A. TWENTY-FOUR JEWELS SII”. The good news; you can very easily replace the rotor to a design that you like, and below is a detailed guide on how you can achieve this. And by the way, these steps are not exclusive to the NH35 and NH36 - they also work for a wide range of other Seiko diver movements like the 7S26, 4R36, 7002, 6309 and others.
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